When your client base grows from 4 legs to 400 legs, you may need more technology.
For women entering the booming $60B pet industry, the potential for rapid growth may find founders scrambling to build a loyal client base with excellent service while keeping up with
Building a food business can be like raising a pet
Pets are Almost Hotter than Robots!
If you’re in the pet business, the phrase ‘dog days of summer’ holds an optimistic meaning. Business is barking…err, booming. According to the American Pet Products Association’s Annual Report, Americans spent nearly $6B more on pet products and services in 2016
Sweets weeks are drawing to a close.
Tomorrow we'll be going to the dogs (hot dogs and pets, that is!) in honor of National Hot Dog Day.
Thank you to all the sweet and savvy women who shared their success stories with us. Here's another "best of"
Founder of Seacoast Sweets Kirstyn Pearl started selling her grandfather's peppermint patties out of her dorm before she started selling treats year-round and across the country in 2015, with a revenue stream of nearly $100K last year. Up until this January she kept her full-time job as a financial analyst, clocking
Ingredients: A sensible business plan, a large target market, controlled spending, and a little bit of good karma
Celine Ikeler owns Karma Baker, a vegan and gluten-free bakery in the Los Angeles area that serves up just about anything you can think of (ALWAYS gluten-, egg- and
How can you find funds to cook up those sweet ideas?
Starting a new business is always financially challenging. You need money for ingredients, packaging, marketing, access to a commercial kitchen
Forbes listed 60 American billionaire and millionaire women founders this year who built their businesses and careers from scratch. Nearly half of all women on the list hail from California and 9 from New York. Wisconsin, Nevada and Florida were also popular homes for independent
ReedPop Founders share how they launch and scale without compromising authenticity.
ReedPop was founded in 2009 as a separate division of B2B parent company Reed Exhibitions after early success with its pop culture launch New York Comic Con and a wave of feedback from fans and sponsors who wanted more.